Thursday, May 17 2012
Uganda Revenue Authority published a list of vehicles whose owners have to furnish it with the vehicles and all documents pertaining to them for verification as it tries to sort out the mess of duplicate number plates.
Bad Black is however in court today for having failed to pay a loan of Shs80m to one businessman Ismail Mpanga Bumba. Bad Black had applied that this matter be settled out of court which was granted.
On the consent judgement which Bad Black signed was however not signed by her lawyer a move that upset the judge forcing him to issue a specific order to Galisonga and Bad Black to appear in court today.
On October 8, 2011 Bad Black approached Mpanga for a loan of Shs 80m which she promised to pay in one month and to this she pledged her maroon BMW. The BMW was having issues at the time with URA for having paid less in taxes as an X5 model as opposed to an X6.
The log book was not available so she instead gave in the original log book for a Range Rover UAP 838 L. The range rover log book was to be exchanged with the BMW's the moment it became available.
On top of the log book, Bad Black deposited a cheque to the tune of Shs80 as additional security but when the cheque was banked a month from the time of the loan, Mpanga was informed that the said account closed and therefore it could not clear.
As if that is not enough, URA is left with a week before it can close in on the vehicle owners who do not respond to their call of which Bad Black's Range Rover is among..!
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